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pontiff. >> you can hear the sound of the crowd. >> but are the tears enough to quell the very real problems the vatican must address? >> the boston priest has am lest different passions over the last 30 years. the church found out about it and did nothing. >> the upcoming film "spotlight," hollywood's first real big screen account of the child sex abuse scandal that plagued the catholic church. >> it's a systemic cover-up. it's not just the church. >> i think hollywood shied away from the real scandals of the catholic church in the past. >> our insider deadline critic pete hammonds. >> i particularly think with the movie "spotlight" coming out, are we going to see a huge difference in the way the public looks at the catholic church? movies can make a very, very big difference in our perc >> hollywood's treatment of the catholic church tended towards blockbuster entertainment with the "da vinci code" or horror
films like "the exorcist" from 1973. >> long story short, i woke up the next morning and i'm laying in bed >> but documentaries like "twist of faith" exposed the church's very secrets. >> scandals they found themselves in recently involve pedophilia among pri this is something that they have covered up. >> in the land of the free and the home of the brave. >> but there is a new pope in town and the people love him. >> he has 74% approval rating. >> so can pope francis humble enough to be on the cover of "rolling stone" and "time" restore the faith plagued by s >> he has a different agenda and is a political pope. i think he's opening up a dialogue and trying to bring a brighter image to the catholic
church than they've had before. >> god bless ameri >> and tonight pope francis continues to soar and spread his wings as he heads to the big apple and then the city of brotherly love before returning home to rome. >> i want to be a part of that. >> that will be awesome. >> could steph curry's girl teach anyone how to whip-nay-nay?
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after its cheating scandal. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. janet yellen needed medical care during her speech. she had to stop. a spokeswoman said yellen felt dehydrated after a long day. after being checked out she felt better and continued with her schedule. in the speech yellen said the u.s. is on track to raise interest rates. here on wall street investors may be encouraged by yellen's talk on interest rates. yesterday the dow lost 78 points, s&p lost 6. caterpillar is cutting thousands of jobs. they say more than 10,000 people will be laid off after consolidations and closures of manufacturing facilities through 2018. this comes after sales and revenue expectations for caterpillar weakened in 20 115 d are expected to end next year.
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the two texas high school football players who blindsided a game official this month are already facing discipline. now the same goes for one of their coaches. that's just one of the headlines on the morning newstand. the san antonio express news says former john j. high school assistant coach max reed will be barred from coaching until he meets with a state committee. reed resigned yesterday. he's accused of ordering the players to hit the ref. reed disputes those claims. the buffalo news is reporting another twist in the sexual assault investigation of nhl start patrick kane. on thursday kane's accuser dropped her as a client. he says he received false information about evidence being left at the home of the woman's mother. kane's attorney says his client is the victim and that the entire case is a sham.
and the "los angeles times" reports police arrested a saudi prince at a gated home on sex charges. police arrested the 28-year-old prince near beverly hills wednesday after he allegedly tried to force a worker at the home to perform sex acts on him. the prince does not have diplomatic immunity. he is free this morning on $300,000 bail. and the daily mail reports donald trump thinks it's unfair that media outlets published photos of a recent campaign event that appeared half empty. trump insists the south carolina ballroom was packed. the republican presidential front-runner says the room was full and that supporters left their seats to crowd around him at the podium. an 11-year-old boy may have a future as a doctor. ahead on the morning news, the incredible story about how he helped deliver his baby brother at home. i brought in some protein to help rearrange the fridge and get us energized!
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will play the steelers in pittsburgh. catch the game right here on cbs. the new york yankees honored the memory of yogi brar before their game last night. the team held a ten year ceremony before the moment of silence. players lined up and placed a wreath with blue and white flowers in the shape of number 8 in the catcher's box. the hall-of-famer died tuesday at 90. and in the game the yanks carlos beltran blasted a three-run home run to left field in the third inning. that was all the runs they needed. new york beat the chicago white sox 3-2. we have a lot more news coming up after the break.
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an 11-year-old boy in marietta, georgia, helped deliver his baby brother at home. james duke got some help when he made the call to 911. >> my mom already just had the baby. >> your mom just had a baby? >> yes, at home. when she woke up it just came out. >> i don't think it was that easy. the new baby is named royal duke. big brother james said he did what he was told to do to help his family. >> i handed it to my mom. >> james is a proud big brother and the whole family is doing just fine. when the pope arrived in new
york he met a young lady who is confined to a wheelchair. the 12-year-old julia bouveves told us that she was diagnosed with lyme disease but has high hopes. >> i came here because i wanted to meet the pope because i believe in a miracle. >> reporter: you believe in a miracle. and then you saw him. what was that like? >> it was -- it was the most precious moment of my life. >> reporter: were you able to hear him say anything? >> no, but -- no, but, he touched me. >> reporter: he touched you. did you say anything to him? >> yes. i said, bless me, father. >> reporter: and did he nod and smile? >> he nodded. >> reporter: he nodded. this probably took just a few seconds? >> yes. >> reporter: but in your whole life have you ever felt like this? >> no. >> reporter: and if you could say anything to him right now, what would it be? >> thank you, holy father.
you made me so happy. thank you. >> reporter: and now you're hoping for your miracle? >> yes, i'm hoping and i believe. i believe. >> she said she gradually lost feeling in her legs back in may. by june she was unable to walk. she says she knows she'll walk again because of the pope. well, coming up after your local news on cbs this morning, the rising trend of virtual kidnapping. mura murielle speaks to one family who fell victim to the crime. >> this is the deal. i have your brother. he hit him over the head and he is bleeding now. >> the apparent kidnapper demanded thousands of dollars through a wire transfer to return him safely. >> when my brother gets back. >> mom is doing most of the talking while her daughter records the call. >> you think this is a [ bleep ] joke. you think this is a [ bleep ]
joke. i can bring your brother right now and we can [ bleep ] in the leg. >> i remember saying to her i will never forgive you if you hang up the phone. plus, a look at just some of the souvenirs and swag you can pick up to commemorate the pope's visit to the united states. that's all ahead on cbs this morning. that's the cbs news this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
>> good morning, okay, if you don't have to drive into the city, just don't. it is a traffic nightmare this morning in philadelphia. many roads shutdown overnight, hours ahead of schedule, just a monumental mess out there right now. >> i can a test to. that will hey, even before pope francis arrives here in philadelphia, you've got busy day ahead in new york with the pontiff has scheduled in the big a.m. >> i good morning, it is friday, september 25th, i'm erika von tiehl. >> what a way into work. >> for everyone in the building. >> just putting out there. giving you warning now. all nicole brewer. thankfully, meisha is their guide us through the roadways this morning, good morning. >> i am. good morning, nicole, it is teamwork, isn't it? we're all going to get together through this one way or another, that's right